Our Family Wedding Reviews

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November 17, 2011
June 25, 2010
This inexplicable Hollywood movie contains a shocking collection of racial stereotypes...
June 24, 2010
A goat eats Forest Whitaker's Viagra. Do you really want me to tell you what happens?
March 25, 2010
When a biracial couple (America Ferrera and Lance Gross) tell their families about their engagement, everything goes awry in this formulaic flick. One particular low point: A goat at the wedding reception swallows Viagra and runs amok. Ha ha ha!
March 15, 2010
I didn't buy a word of this thing and I didn't laugh enough.
March 15, 2010
Alternately flat and overwrought.
March 12, 2010
To anyone who has ever sparked up a TV set, let alone entered a movie theatre, all this is perfectly evident in the first five minutes.
March 12, 2010
Alternately rancid and ridiculous, strident and sickly sweet, Our Family Wedding offers plenty that's old, borrowed and blue; it's the something new that's missing.
March 12, 2010
[A] slick, slapsticky, forgettable comedy, a cool-jazz riff on upper-middle-class American families sorting through misconceptions.
March 12, 2010
Our Family Wedding plays out like an elongated Disney TV episode, going precisely where you expect every inch of the way.
March 12, 2010
The only bouquet anyone's going to catch from this contrivance has the aroma of stale comedy.
March 12, 2010
A cringeworthy, unfunny example of a culture-clash romantic comedy.
March 12, 2010
Rick Famuyiwa's movie repeatedly trips and falls on its way up the aisle.
March 12, 2010
Ferrera and Gross are the most appealing pair I've seen in awhile; their calm confidence is a welcome antidote to the unrealistic couples who've been cluttering our screens way too long.
March 12, 2010
Instead of invitations, they should be sending out apologies for Our Family Wedding, a cake-and-kisses comedy that has disaster written all over it and not for the right reasons.
March 12, 2010
The likable cast keep things watchable, particularly handsome Gross, who is surely destined for bigger things, and Ferrera, who's still as sweetly unaffected on-screen as she was back in Real Women Have Curves.
March 12, 2010
This mixed-race page from the Meet the Parents book is a tasteless exercise in familiarity and contempt.
March 12, 2010
Wait till the DVD release.
March 12, 2010
Our Family Wedding is another Hollywood fast-food sandwich. But instead of two squirts of ketchup someone actually took the time to lay some fresh tomato on that greasy bun.
March 11, 2010
Most comedies would be content to mine the comic possibilities of Viagra only once, especially if they're going to devote considerable screen time to the dramatic acting of Carlos Mencia.
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